Abstract: How to apply the CORBA specifications to systems development. In depth coverage of how to establish a CORBA-based framework for distributed, object-oriented applications.
Keywords: book review, internet, programming, CORBA computer architecture, distributed objects, object-oriented, heterogeneous networks, ORB, object request broker, system design standards.
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Title: The Essential CORBA: Systems Integration Using Distributed Objects
Author: Thomas J. Mowbray, Ron Zahavi
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons
Date Published: August 1995
ISBN: 0471106119
LOCN: QA76.64.M69 1995
Dewey: 005.7 20
Pages: 316
Bibliography: 64
Figures: 97
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Executive Summary

Part I: The Principles of Systems Integration

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Standards Strategy

Chapter 3: An Introduction to CORBA

Chapter 4: Software Architecture Design

Chapter 5: Security

Part II: The Practice of Systems Integration

Chapter 6: Framework Examples

Chapter 7: In-Depth Example: The DISCUS Framework

Chapter 8: Object Wrapper Techniques

Chapter 9: Systems Integration Guidance


Appendix: ORB Products


Author:        Mowbray, Thomas J.
Title:         The essential CORBA : systems integration using
                  distributed objects / Thomas J. Mowbray, Ron Zahavi.
Published:     New York : Wiley, c1995.
Description:   xvi, 316 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
LC Call No.:   QA76.64.M69 1995
Dewey No.:     005.7 20
ISBN:          0471106119 (pbk. : acid-free paper)
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references (p. 305-308)
                  and index.
Subjects:      CORBA (Computer architecture)
               System design -- Standards.
Other authors: Zahavi, Ron.
Control No.:   95050760 //r97


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